At Reach Fertility, our skill, passion, and dedication to providing care of the highest standard have made us one of the premier fertility centers in North Carolina. As a result of our success, our physicians and our practice are often featured in published articles and news stories. The following articles represent just a sample of the media attention our practice has received:
Reducing the embryo warming time from 15 minutes to 1 minute had no significant effect on the pregnancy or implantation rate for patients undergoing frozen embryo transfer, data presented here showed.
Celebrating 30 years serving the Carolinas! Learn more about the history of REACH today.
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An independent patient information resource center provided by the American Society for Reproductive Medicine.
The Society for Assisted Reproductive Technologies is a professional organization for physicians who provide in vitro fertilization and related procedures. The goals of SART are to establish and uphold high standards of care for assisted reproductive technologies (ART) and to educate patients about these procedures.
SART has developed a predictor based on nearly 500,000 cycles of therapy to more than 320,000 women throughout the United States since 2006. This calculator is meant to help you understand your chances of having a live birth, based on your personal situation.
Path2Parenthood (formerly AFA - The American Fertility Association) is a non-profit organization that provides information about a wide range of fertility issues, including reproductive and sexual health, infertility treatments, adoption, and third party reproduction. The organization also hosts an online community where individuals can consult with experts about a wealth of topics, everything from IVF to acupuncture, in the comfort of their own homes.
The ACOG patient page provides a variety of fact sheets, FAQs, and videos covering various women's health concerns.
RESOLVE, the National Infertility Association. RESOLVE helps individuals who are experiencing infertility by providing support groups and connecting them with others who have similar experiences and concerns and providing referrals to trusted infertility specialists.